REVIEW: MORGAN-GREER TAROT
June 27, 2017
I finally convinced myself to buy The Morgan-Greer Tarot deck and I must say the deck did not disappoint - but the box did (you'll see soon why). It was in my mentor's list of starter decks so I bought it.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK.
I love bigger than life, vibrant artwork! This deck just shouts. It's no wonder why it's such a good recommendation for Tarot beginners.
2. CARD STOCK
The cards are silky and easy to shuffle!
Ok, so the box came in like that - all dilapidated. I just don't want to stress myself in having to return it or wait for another 3 months to get a new one. :(
I bought this on Amazon.
Took almost 2 months before I was able to get it plus a local tax of ₱112.00.
5. THE INTERVIEW.
INTRODUCE YOURSELF: The Hermit
As a starter deck, this deck is a great way to get to know Tarot and how to read it. It is a great deck for soul searching and inner guidance.
WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS? Ace of Swords
The deck's strength lies in its mental clarity so if you're emotions are all over and chaotic, grab a card from the Morgan-Greer and get ready to be dumbfounded.
WHAT ARE YOUR LIMITATIONS? Judgment
You may not be getting any help from this deck if you feel very judgmental or being hard on yourself. It is important that you take and do self-evaluation.
WHAT CAN I LEARN FROM YOU? King of Swords
The Morgan-Greer deck will help you with discipline and it will surely not sugarcoat anything. It is strict yet straight to the point - something you'll learn to appreciate.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CONNECT WITH YOU? Ace of Rods
The best way to connect with the Morgan-Greer is to ask for it for inspiration. If you feel that there is a lack of creativity in your energy, go draw a card from this deck.
OUTCOME OF OUR RELATIONSHIP: IX of Pentacles
With the Morgan-Greer Tarot you will learn gratitude and that you deserve the fruits of your labor with all the hard work you've been doing.
WHAT I HATE:
Morgan-Greer Tarot is a great starter deck that was recommended to me by mentor, Ethony. The deck is illustrated by Bill Greer, published by U.S. Games Systems, INC. and was released in 1979. As you can see it has extremely vibrant colors with no borders just the way I like it. The artwork is bigger than life which makes it easily to get to know each of the card.
That concludes my review of Morgan-Greer Tarot.
- The Whimsical Arcane -